Ringo Starr

Ringo Starr

Ringo Starr is Liverpudlian drummer, vocalist and songwriter, Sir Richard Starkey, formerly of the Beatles.

His key solo songs include: "It Don't Come Easy", "Back Off Boogaloo", "Photograph" and "You're Sixteen".

He released his debut album, "Beaucoups of Blues" in 1970, followed by: "Sentimental Journey" (1970), "Ringo" (1973), "Goodnight Vienna" (1974), "Ringo's Rotogravure" (1976), "Ringo the 4th" (1977), "Bad Boy" (1978), "Stop and Smell the Roses" (1981), "Old Wave" (1983), "Time Takes Time" (1992), "Vertical Man" (1998), "I Wanna Be Santa Claus" (1999), "Ringo Rama" (2003), "Choose Love" (2005), "Liverpool 8" (2008), "Y Not" (2010), "Ringo 2012" (2012), "Postcards from Paradise" (2015), "Give More Love" (2017), plus 2019's: "What's My Name".

He released the EP: "Rewind Forward" in 2023.

Ringo was knighted in the 2018 honours list - becoming the first drummer in the UK to ever receive the honour.

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